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US National Workplace Ministry Partners

Attune guides teams through intentionally designed exercises to help you slow down, listen to one another and tap into the guidance of the Holy Spirit as you process through the challenges and opportunities of organizational leadership.

As the Internet's largest Christian website, Bible Gateway seeks to equip people to read and understand the Bible, wherever they are. Celebrating more than 20 years online, Bible Gateway offers free access to the Bible in more than 200 different translations and more than 70 languages. Bible Gateway's website and app are visited by more than 18 million unique users per month. The company is part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.

Centered seeks to equip emerging leaders from every sector of society who want to put Jesus first in every aspect of their lives. We use powerful video content that demonstrates faith-in-action in all areas, including business, education, the arts, and non-profits so that people can share personal stories and life lessons.

The Center for Faith & Work exists to explore and investigate the gospel’s unique power to renew hearts, communities, and the world, in and through our day-to-day work. As the cultural renewal arm of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, we foster, shepherd, and empower the church as it is scattered, living and working out in the world, beyond the walls of any one gathered place of worship.

The purpose of the Faith at Work Summit is to gather leaders from various arenas to learn from each other and consider how the Spirit might lead us to serve the Lord of the marketplace even more faithfully, collaboratively, and effectively.

Faithlife uses technology to equip the church to grow in the light of the Bible. Faithlife's Logos Bible Software publishes the TOW Bible Commentary as a downloadable product.

The Grace and Mercy Foundation supports the poor and oppressed, and helps people learn, grow, and serve.

The Green Room publishes interviews with faith and work leaders, reviews of new and classic resources, and thoughtful commentary on the state of the faith and work movement.

The H. E. Butt Foundation is a private operating foundation based in Kerrville, Leakey, and San Antonio, Texas, working to cultivate wholeness in people and institutions for the transformation of communities.

Hendrickson Publishers has a strong history of producing outstanding academic, trade, and reference books at a reasonable price. Hendrickson Publishers distributes the print form of the TOW Bible Commentary and The Bible and Your Work Study Series.

InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry serves graduate students and faculty at US universities and colleges. InterVarsity MBA Ministry develops communities of high impact leaders who transform their schools, their business communities, and our world at large to flourish in the name of Jesus Christ.

Made to Flourish equips pastors with the resources and relationships needed to help people connect their faith with their life's work.

The mission of the National Faith & Work Association is to promote, connect, and encourage collaboration among Christian ministries, churches, organizations, companies, and individuals in the US dedicated to impacting the workplace and marketplace to the glory of God.

Public Reading of Scripture is an organization which brings the church back to the Biblical practice of reading and listening to the Bible together in community. They facilitate the practice of reading the Bible in community, on a regular basis, for extended periods of time. See more about them at their website, including reading plans and an app to assist the public reading of Scripture.

Small Business School, a weekly, half-hour television series on PBS-TV throughout the USA and Voice of America-TV around the world (1994-2012), focused on people who were loved in their communities for their generosity of spirit and respected in their industry for their leadership and mentoring. Hattie Bryant and Bruce Camber, the founders, continue their work to understand how these people are living fully all the way to the end.

VOCA is short for “Vocation.” After seeing the need for Christians to experience more at work, we knew that equipping them to meet and follow God in their work has outsized impact potential not just for individuals, but for their colleagues, workplaces, and culture. We are a donor-funded ministry that brings God's wisdom to people's work through teaching, coaching, and leadership development. Based in New York City, we serve thousands of Christians everywhere each year.

Vocational offers resources to learn ways you can steward your talents to advance God's Kingdom.

For over 40 years the National Center for the Laity has been helping lay Catholics respond to the Second Vatican Council's call to them to change the world through their daily activities and regular responsibilities. Read their blog at The Working Catholic.

YouVersion creates biblically centered, culturally relevant experiences that encourage and challenge people to seek God throughout each day. It’s through these experiences we create opportunities fit for anyone’s daily routine, ultimately helping them form a spiritually-rich rhythm of seeking God intimately.

International Workplace Ministry Partners

The vision of Called to Work is to edify and expand the kingdom of God around the world by equipping and mobilizing working Christians to be Spirit-filled ambassadors for Christ in their everyday lives.

Ethos is the EA Centre for Christianity and Society, combining two Australian national Christian organisations: Zadok Institute for Christianity and Society and the Australian Evangelical Alliance’s Department of Public Theology. Ethos goes beyond an ethics of dilemmas, decisions and doing to one of character, culture and community, centred in Jesus Christ, equipping Christians for their public and professional lives.

The mission of Hong Kong Professional & Educational Services is to equip and support Christians through integrated resources and models to identify calling, to integrate faith, to effectively practice Bible teachings, to demonstrate Christian values in the workplace.

The Institute for Marketplace Transformation develops resources to help Christians integrate their faith and work. Our mission is equipping and empowering Christians to live out their Kingdom calling in the world from Monday through Sunday.

The Lausanne Workplace Ministry assists the church in equipping the scattered people of God for the advancement of God’s kingdom in and through the world of work, by means of: thought leadership, strategic direction, educational and formational initiatives, resource development, and global, regional, and local partnerships.

The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity serves Christians with biblical frameworks, practical resources, training and models so that they flourish as followers of Jesus and grow as whole-life disciple-making communities. LICC believes the UK will be transformed when the church envisions and equips ordinary people to make a difference wherever they are.

MAC Channels is a public online platform dedicated to marketplace ministry, featuring short talks and reflective articles. The mission of MAC is to establish a marketplace network, to enact the marketplace mission, and to promote the marketplace movement.

Proyecto Nehemías is a non-profit Christian ministry that produces professional, high-quality Spanish-language versions of the English-language content of other Christian ministries and publishers.

Partners in Academia

The Center for Faithful Business (CFB) at Seattle Pacific University (SPU) works to promote a Christian understanding of business by inspiring business practitioners to transform the practice of business. CFB has produced an evocative, award-winning series of films, Faith & Co, that demonstrate how Christian business leaders integrate their faith in business.

The Seattle Pacific University Library’s Work and Faith Collection numbers over 2,000 items for scholars and laypersons to discover, and stands as one of the most comprehensive and unique collections of material addressing Christian faith and work in the world.

The mission of The Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Seminary is o equip leaders to respond faithfully to God’s callings in all seasons of their life and leadership.

The school of theology at Laidlaw College in New Zealand offers a range of programmes from certificate to postgraduate level - rich in practical experience and in-depth knowledge designed to equip students with a faith as intelligent as it is courageous.

The mission of the Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics in the Public Square is to explore and promote biblical ethics, values, and insights for today’s workplaces and to bring helpful insights and experiences from workplace laity to the church and its leadership.

The Oikonomia Network is a learning community of theological educators dedicated to raising up church leaders who help people develop whole-life discipleship, fruitful work and economic wisdom for God’s people and God’s world. The Oikonomia Network is an initiative of Karam Fellowship, an independent nonprofit organization supported entirely by its own members.

Biola University Talbot School of Theology is a theologically conservative, evangelical seminary in Southern California. With over a 60-year heritage of biblical fidelity, the seminary couples solid evangelical scholarship with intentional character development to prepare students for a lifetime of relevant, effective ministry.

Partners in Local Communities

At Work on Purpose has emerged as an innovative citywide workplace ministry model that mobilizes the Church at Work across church homes, denominations, zip codes and ministries. While we remain headquartered in Cincinnati, we are now supporting the development of citywide workplace ministry across the world.

The mission of Denver Institute is to prepare people to serve God and others in their daily work so that workplaces and cities are transformed.

As apprentices of Jesus, Flourish San Diego helps people and churches become who they were created to be. In doing so, we join God to help our city and world flourish and become all that it can be. The FSD Academy is a learning experience that connects followers of Jesus to his redemptive purposes in this world.

KIROS is an organization that equips Christian business people in making a deeper connection between faith and work. Our goal is transformation in our business communities. Join us at our monthly breakfast meetings, small groups, and other places of connection.

The Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation (PLF) is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization that was founded over forty years ago out of love for the city of Pittsburgh. PLF is honored to be a founding member of Leadership Foundations, Inc., a worldwide group of organizations developing leaders to “drive the wheel of change in their cities." In our recent years, we have recognized that the greatest ongoing contribution of PLF is to equip, connect and mobilize leaders of our city for the common good.